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Change Your Life, Part 1

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Simple Tips to Change Your Life for the Better

Change doesn’t take time as much as it takes truth. As a matter of fact, change or transformation takes truth. Are you truthful to change, to transform into a more desired person of your choice?  Are you desiring change? Though it may be difficult depending on the area, it is possible – doable, if you mean it.

In this blog post, I will discuss salient simple tips [in no special order] that will help make small changes in one’s life that will have a big impact on one’s overall well-being.

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So, what are you waiting for? Let’s get started!

  1. Learn the Art of Goal Setting & Achieving Realistic Goals.

One of the most important things to do when trying to achieve any goal is to set realistic expectations. So often, people set their sights too high and end up disappointed when they don’t reach their objectives. If you want to be successful, it’s important to set goals that you can reasonably achieve. This doesn’t mean that you should aim low; rather, you should have a clear understanding of what you’re capable of and set your sights accordingly. By setting realistic goals, you’ll increase your chances of success and avoid feeling discouraged along the way.

  1. Get Rid of Negative Influences Today.

If you want to make a change in life, it’s important to get rid of anything that is holding you back. This includes negative influences such as toxic relationships, bad habits, and harmful substances. Getting rid of these things will make it much easier for you to focus on making positive changes in your life. Note, every relationship adds or subtracts from your life.

It can be difficult to let go of negative influences such as relationships, but it is essential and a prerequisite if you want to make a change.

To start, take a look at your relationships and see if there are any that are toxic. These are relationships that drain you emotionally or leave you feeling more negative than positive. It may be difficult, but it is important to cut ties with these people.

Additionally, take a look at your bad habits. These are things that you cherish, hold you back or prevent you from reaching your goals. If you want to make a change, you need to let go of these habits.

Finally, get rid of any harmful substances in your life. This includes things like alcohol, drugs, and cigarettes. These substances will only hinder your progress and make it more difficult for you to reach your goals.

Getting rid of negative influences is essential if you want to make a change in your life. By doing this, you will be able to focus on making positive changes that will help you reach your goals.

  1. Learn and Be Patient.

Implementing change is a lengthy process that can be both frightening and tiring. It is lengthy, not necessarily in time duration, but in process duration. It may feel as if there’s an insurmountable amount to do, but it will eventually get done so long as you keep working at it. Change doesn’t happen overnight, just as Rome didn’t become a successful empire in 24 hours. So be patient. Put in the work day after day, and eventually, you will see the results you desire. It might not happen as quickly as you want, but if you’re consistent and patient, eventually you will get changed.

  1. Persevere Through Setbacks.

Setbacks are a natural unavoidable part of any journey. They are inevitable bumps in the road that can test our resolve and make us question whether we are on the right path. But setbacks are not necessarily a bad thing. They can be an important source of motivation. Sure!

When we face a setback, it is easy to feel discouraged and lose sight of our goals. But if we persevere, we will eventually overcome the obstacle and emerge stronger for it. Each time we overcome a challenge, we build our confidence and resilience. So instead of letting setbacks bring you down, use them as motivation to keep going. Keep in mind that each time you fail is an excellent chance to become better. Never give up during difficult periods, and you will gradually achieve the change you set out to achieve.

  1. Take Things Gradually – One Step at A Time.

Making lasting changes in your life can be difficult, but it’s important to remember that you don’t have to do everything all at once. Instead, concentrate on one, one at a time. Making minor adjustments that you may easily incorporate into your routine is an excellent method to begin. For example, if you want to eat healthier, start by adding an extra serving of vegetables to your diet each day. Once you’ve made that change, you can focus on adding more healthy foods to your diet or cutting back on unhealthy foods. Taking things one step at a time will help you make lasting changes in your life without feeling overwhelmed.

  1. Find a Support System for You.

Making a change in your life is much easier when you have the support of others. Find friends or family members who will encourage and motivate you to keep going, even when things get tough. These people can provide valuable insights, help you stay on track, and be a shoulder to cry on when needed.

In addition, there are many online support groups available for nearly every issue imaginable. Take advantage of them.  These groups can connect you with people who understand what you’re going through and can offer advice and encouragement. So, if you’re feeling alone or lost, reach out and find the support you need to make the changes you want in your life.

  1. Be Mindful of Your Progress – Measure Progress.

It can be easy to get discouraged when trying to achieve a goal. You might not see the results you want right away, or you might face setbacks along the way. That’s why it’s important to be mindful of your progress and celebrate your accomplishments, no matter how small.

One way to track your progress is to keep a journal or log of your activities. By taking inventory of your life, you can not only improve problem areas but also see how much progress you have made.

Another way to measure your progress is to set regular checkpoints. For example, if you’re trying to lose weight, you could check your weight once a week or a month. Or if you’re training for a race, you could track your mileage or time each week.

No matter how you choose to track your progress, it’s important to celebrate your accomplishments along the way. This leads me to the next.

 

Continue on Part 2

 

Mike Ihezuo is a life coach by the grace of God and can help you. Reach him via any of the online handle https://mikeihezuospeaks.net/meet-mike-live, #LeadershipXcellence, @mikeihezuospeakshq, @MikeOIhezuo, @LeaderMikeO, Ad Inquiry, leadermikeo@gmail.com.

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